Statio, a word employed in ecclesiastical language to denote,

1. A certain fixed post or place, and especially an appointed place, in which prayer might be made, either publicly or privately (locus sacer, oratorium).

2. A standing posture at prayer. SEE STANDING.

Definition of station

3. Statio is also frequently employed by early writers as nearly equivalent to jejunium. SEE STATIONS.

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